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Search for Nectar - Plants For A Future database search
... Nectar 2 1 Metrosideros excelsa Pohutukawa Nectar 1 1 Metrosideros robusta Northern Rata Nectar 1 0 Musa basjoo Japanese Banana Nectar 2 2 Phormium cookianum Wharariki Nectar 2 0 Phormium tenax New Zealand Flax Nectar ...
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Weeds—Design Tips for Minimizing Undesirable Plants
... , common weeds in the sunflower (Asteraceae), parsley (Apiaceae) and mustard (Cruciferae) families are nectar sources for beneficial insects that attack aphids, caterpillars and other insect pests of ... These include sweet alyssum (Lobularia maritima), farewell-to-spring (Clarkia amoena) and scarlet flax. (Linum grandiflorum var. rubrum). Such plants are colorful temporary fillers that germinate ...
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Butterfly Gardening along Colorado's Front Range
... need host plants that the butterflies feed on. You also need nectar sources and shelter. To broaden that to a habitat garden, we ... balance themselves. They all need nectar sources. Rabbitbrush is excellent, mint or thyme is a pollen or nectar source and easy to grow in ... the prairie; the Variegated Fritillary is a native and feeds on flax, blue flax. The most common is the Painted Lady and it feeds ...
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Dimorphotheca pluvialis
... as they fly from one daisy to the next in search of tiny amounts of nectar. These annuals are adapted to germinate, grow, flower and set seed during the rainy winter ... beautiful and interesting displays can be made by mixing the different annuals like the blue flax (Heliophila coronopifolia) which grows tall and thin, Felicia heterophylla a striking blue daisy and the ...
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Phormium tenax - NEW ZEALAND FLAX - Rainyside.com
... Guide - Perennials Phormium tenax 2003 NEW ZEALAND FLAX Family: Agavaceae Geographic Origin New Zealand. Plant Group Perennials. Attributes ... as the parents. The grandparents were the larger outer leaves. Flax was used extensively for medicinal purposes. The sticky sap from ... nectar from the flowers was used to sweeten their food. Phormiums were an important plant to the Maoris. In Europe the flax ...
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Rob's plants - beetles and bugs
... species) is ready to jump its unsuspecting prey - bees and flies that visit flowers for nectar. It's normally found on goldenrod (the next plant over in our garden), where it ... ... The spotted cucumber beetle (Diabrotica undecimpunctata) is usually found on flowers, in this case red flax. Weevils These scurriers with odd-looking antennae are members of the beetle order (coleoptera). I ...
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get growing - wild about gardening - CWF
... breathtaking sight, a native wildflower meadow is also a magnet for wildlife. It provides nectar, food, and cover for birds, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and a host of small mammals. ... aphids, mites, rabbits Coriander aphids, Colorado potato beetle Dahlia nematodes Dill tomato hornworm carrot Flax Colorado potato beetle Garlic aphids, borers, gophers, Japanese beetle, mites, rabbits bean, pea ...
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get growing - wild about gardening - CWF
... breathtaking sight, a native wildflower meadow is also a magnet for wildlife. It provides nectar, food, and cover for birds, insects, reptiles, amphibians, and a host of small mammals. ... aphids, mites, rabbits Coriander aphids, Colorado potato beetle Dahlia nematodes Dill tomato hornworm carrot Flax Colorado potato beetle Garlic aphids, borers, gophers, Japanese beetle, mites, rabbits bean, pea ...
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